|Answer:||The phrase "download a citation and abstract" is a bit confusing. There isn't really a way to "download" a citation and abstract, however you can save them.
In the Walden library databases, find an article that looks interesting. Click on the article title (or abstract link) to view the abstract page for that article.
This is the page you need to "download" or save. There are a couple of different ways to go about this. All of the databases have a link to save the article. This link is usually located either above the abstract or in the right column. Click on the link and follow the directions to save the article.
Perhaps the easiest thing to do is simply copy and paste the citation and abstract into MS Word (or any other word processing software) and then save that document. This will fulfill the requirements for your assignment.
Make sure you copy the entire citation as well as the abstract.
For more information about citations see:
How to Read Citation Information in the Databases
If you have any more questions, please contact the Library through our Ask a Librarian form.